Archive | January 12, 2012
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by Newsdesk – (Excerpt) In anticipation for the romantic month of February, the cheese experts at Paxton & Whitfield have selected the delicious heart-shaped Coeur de Neufchâtel (£5.50/200g) for cheese lovers to enjoy. Hand-picked for its unique flavour and quality, this artisan cheese dates back over 1,000 years to 1035 when Hugues I of Gournay […]
The latest from the good folks at Pastoral THE CHEESE Reading Raclette Region: Reading, Vermont Country: USA Milk: Raw Jersey Cow Affinage: at least 3 months Producer: Spring Brook Farm Reading Raclette is a relatively new cheese from our friends at Spring Brook Farm, having been in production since May 2010. Cheesemaker Jeremy Stephenson turns […]
Tickets now available! Some tours already selling out, act fast. Participating Artisan Cheese Producers, Wineries, Brewers and Chefs About the Festival What is California’s Artisan Cheese Festival? California’s Artisan Cheese Festival is a nonprofit organization with the mission to: • Educate people who want to learn more about artisan cheese • Support the artisan cheesemaking community and […]
Alexander Miller, a 22-year-old actor in New York City, samples cheddars in the Daily News taste test of New York and Wisconsin varieties. The Green Bay Packers’ most rabid fans, known as cheeseheads, take it as an article of faith that their state makes the best cheddar. But is it really any match for the […]
A very young Mimolette Cheese: Mimolette (young) Who: Various, both artisanal and industrial Where: Calais, France Milk: cow, raw Rind: natural Texture: firm when young, hardening with age Shape: typically a 7-8lb globe Flavor: bland when this young Pretty to look at, but like a shiny Red Delicious apple, not much flavor when quite […]